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Home Education Forms

For your convenience, you may download the Home Education Notification Form and Academic Assessment Report from our website. You may drop off or mail your Home Education Notification along with the required academic information to the Preble County ESC, 597 Hillcrest Drive, Eaton, Ohio 45320.

Home Education Notification Form

Academic Assessment Report

You may also submit your Home Education Notification Form online by choosing the "For Students And Parents" section of this website and then choose Home Education Notifcation.

The Preble County Educational Service Center offers many services to aid teachers both in and out of their classrooms. The PCESC provides information about professional development opportunities for all levels of teachers. The Curriculum Department offers curriculum support, intervention support, and teacher resources for all practicing teachers.

Anyone holding a Bachelor's degree is eligible to become a substitute teacher. Individuals interested in applying for a full-time teaching position can download the necessary employment information.

Resident Educators' Program
View ourResident Educators' page for useful information and links. Contact the ESC to discuss ways we can support your Resident Educators.
PARCC Resources for Math
Below are downloadable documents for math teachers that will help with the PARCC assessment.

Useful Links

For math teachers, you may find the resources on the sites below useful:
PARCC TutorialsThese tutorials were created to familiarize students and educators with the PARCC assessments. PARCC encourages educators and students to work together when using the tutorials. It may be helpful for educators to review the tutorials with students before they begin working independently. Younger students may benefit from having the tutorials read aloud.
Evidence Statement Tables
Informational Guides to the Summative Assessments in Mathematics
Additional Links
Illustrative MathematicsAwebsite created by Dr. Bill McCallum, a lead writer of the mathematics standards. The website contains problems for each of the standards across the different grade levels. These classroom problems contain suggested questions for teachers to help deepen student understanding.
Inside Mathematicsa website where teachers can find performance-based tasks at each grade level. The website also provides a scale for scoring. For teachers, there is a section to provide guidance on how to use the performance task to make connections to other grade level material.